Presentation on theme: "Company LOGO. 2 DELTATEE INNOVATION What is Wireless Wire? What is Wireless Wire? The Wireless Wire is able to achieve these benefits by using the Zigbee."— Presentation transcript:
2 DELTATEE INNOVATION What is Wireless Wire? What is Wireless Wire? The Wireless Wire is able to achieve these benefits by using the Zigbee RF technology which is intended for low data rate and long battery life, while ensuring there is secure networking communications. The Wireless Wire is a low cost, low power, wireless mesh RF communications platform which allows the user to achieve greater distances and reliable communications between devices.
3 DELTATEE INNOVATION Rapid Return on Investment Rapid Return on Investment By using the Wireless Wire, traditional copper wire use is eliminated. Setup is quick and easy. No radio specialists, or site planning /mapping required. Devices can be added later and the Wireless Wire will automatically incorporate that into the mesh network and will determine the best signal path. Many types of input/output available including: Switches & industrial automation networking communication protocols.
DELTATEE INNOVATION FEATURES Replaces traditional copper wire cost effectively: Replaces traditional copper wire cost effectively: Compared to the cost of equipment, labor and specialized knowledge that is required to install point-to-point copper wiring and conduit, Wireless Wire is much less expensive. Rapid deployment: Rapid deployment: The Wireless Wire is simple. The control system does not know that copper has been replaced with a Wireless Cable link, but the Wireless Cable network is inherently more reliable, more adaptable, and scalable. Radio mesh network system: Radio mesh network system: The Wireless Wire is self-configuring, and does not require a network or radio specialist. The Wireless Wire is adaptable. It has the ability to self-heal the network.
5 DELTATEE INNOVATION Mesh Networks Mesh Networks A key component of the ZigBee protocol is the ability to support mesh networking. In a mesh network, nodes are interconnected with other nodes so that multiple pathways connect each node. Connections between nodes are dynamically updated and optimized through sophisticated, built-in mesh routing table. Mesh networks are decentralized in nature; each node is capable of self-discovery on the network. Also, as nodes leave the network, the mesh topology allows the nodes to reconfigure routing paths based on the new network structure. The characteristics of mesh topology and ad-hoc routing provide greater stability in changing conditions or failure at single nodes.
DELTATEE INNOVATION WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY Switches & Outputs ConnectConnect INPUTS : 8 or 16 Dry Contacts OUTPUTS : 8 or 16 Open Collector to Gnd. 50V, 2A BASE UNIT
DELTATEE INNOVATION WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY 4-20mA Analog In 4-20mA Analog Out ConnectConnect INPUTS : 4 x 4-20mA OUTPUTS : 4 x 4-20mA ANALOG OPTION
DELTATEE INNOVATION WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY Serial Port ConnectConnect INPUTS : 2 x RS232 or 1 x RS485 or 1 x USB Peripheral OUTPUTS : 2 x RS232 or 1 x RS485 or 1 x USB Device SERIAL OPTIONS
DELTATEE INNOVATION WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect MULTIPLE UNITS UP TO 32 UNITS SELF-CONFIGURING
DELTATEE INNOVATION WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect ConnectConnect Obstacle SELF-HEALING MESH NETWORK MULTIPLE UNITS UP TO 32 UNITS
DELTATEE INNOVATION SPECIFICATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL Temperature · Operating (environment) -40C to +65C · Storage -40C TO +85C · Humidity 0% - 100% RH non-condensingPOWER · 6 - 24VDC (36V max), 0.25 AmpsRANGE · Up to 1 Km line of sightRADIO · 2.4 GHz, 16 channelsDATA · Rate250 Kbps max. per site · Optional AES 128-bit encryption with out-of-band key management.CONNECTIONS · Bi-directional · Input 8 x Dry contact to ground · Output8 x Open collector to ground 50v, 2A max. · Local Output 2 x Open collector to ground 50v, 2A max. ENCLOSURE · Dimensions 4L x 3.5W x 2.3H Inches 106L x 90W x 58H mm · MountDIN Rail (TS35) · PlasticLight grey, PC (UL 94 V-0) - C, CC & CM COMPLIANCES · FCC part 15 rules · ETSI ETS 300-328 · Japan ARIB STD-T66 ENHANCED SAFETY Class I Division II GP ABCD (mounted in NEMA 4X housing)
13 DELTATEE INNOVATION Areas of Use Areas of Use Industrial Office, & Home automation Traffic lighting controls Relay switching Oil and gas facility remote operations & many other areas!
17 DELTATEE INNOVATION Option Modules All of the option modules occupy the second deck of the SW-1008 main units and meet the same environmental and power specification. DB-SW108, AUXILIARY I/O BOARD DB-RLY- S/M, Serial Relay Board DB-USB-D, USB Device Board DB-POL-U/S/M, Polled Peripheral Board DB-RLY-A-C/V -2/4, Analog Relay Board DB-POL-A -C/V -2/4, Polled Analog Board
20 DELTATEE INNOVATION FAQ 1 1. The range of the WW is stated to have a maximum range of 1KM line of sight. In a multiple remote module network, is it correct to state that as long as there is one "clear" path (no obstacles) for the signal in the network, obstacles for other remote modules would find their way via the clear path modules back to the coordinator? Yes each unit must be able to reach at least one other with a chain linking to the coordinator. If this is the case any unit can talk to any other unit. 2. How far can the antenna wire run from the module it is transmitting for? Is there a max? That depends on the type of cable used. Low loss cable should be able to reach 300m, RG58u (regular cable) at least 100m. 3. If the module is blocked, does putting the antenna into the line of sight deal with any signal interference issues? Line of site means; line of sight of the antennas not the units. 4. In a relay network (non-polled) if one remote or coordinator loses power or signal, what happens. In other words, how does a user know if this happens to one module? If any unit cannot reach the coordinator, the switch outputs will be closed. (ie: the outputs are FAIL CLOSED)
21 DELTATEE INNOVATION FAQ 2 5. If the antenna is disconnected, the signal is still generated but with a diminished range; how does the user know in a relay or polled network if the antenna is disconnected? A disconnected antenna would cause that unit and any relying on it to reach the coordinator to fail closed. 6. On the demo unit there are 8 connections for the I/O, 3 common connections and 2 alarm connections. How many discrete devices can be wired into one module? 8 I/O plus 2 alarm annunciators. The Common is just ground. 7. It is not acceptable according to code to install multiple wires in a spring clamp PCB terminal. How do you handle the common when you run out of PCB terminals? Add DIN Rail terminal blocks or chain the grounds from one device to another. 8. Is there a way to protect the connection for the antennae so that it is not susceptible to mechanical disconnect by accident via a cover or "hinged flap?" In a cabinet this is not a problem if wire tray or tie wraps are used. 9. What is the hazardous location approval to be for: Class I, Division 2, Class I Zone 2, both? Both